Keeping Kids Busy In The Lake Area This Summer
School will dismiss for the year soon, and keeping the kids busy during the summer is no small task! Fortunately, the Lake area has a lot to offer, if you know where to look.
Here are some ideas that may make the hunt easier and prevent them from staying stuck behind a screen all summer long.
Lake Charles On-Site Summer Camps
From June 5 through July 28, several city-owned facilities offer day camps that start at 8AM and last until 5:30, making them convenient for working parents. According to the website, they offer a variety of fun activities. Eight of the on-site camps are free! Space is limited, so register now.
McNeese Summer Camps
From Kicker Kutie to Band Camp, the Cowboys know how to keep our kid occupied. The list is long, and the possibilities are endless! Take a look and explore the ways that your children can stay busy and may even learn a few things while they are having a great time.
Sulphur Parks & Recreation (SPAR)
Sulphur Parks & Recreation (SPAR) offers a variety of facilities and fun activities. From the recreation centers to the water park, which has become a regional attraction, they can fill your summer schedule. The 2017 dates of operation for the water park will be out soon (it wasn't available as of the writing of this article), and season passes are available. Make sure to checkout the Kids Zone calendar of events!
Summer Art Camp
The Imperial Calcasieu Museum is offering a summer art camp called "Branch Out." There are seven, five-day sessions listed beginning June 5. Registration begins for returning students at the beginning of May.